My favorite things to do on Saturday morning is searching YouTube for videos about “awesome eye make-up for blue eyes.”
I’ve gotten totally obsessed with make-up tutorial videos as of late.
Looking back, it was really a combination of factors that led me here. First, as with most cool things I discover, I originally heard about the whole concept of online make-up tutorials from some girls in my youth group.
Then, while wasting away hours of my life looking at Pinterest, I saw a photo of a girl with rainbow hair and discovered Kandee J.
She is awesome and fun and wonderful and my new virtual best friend and I could watch her all day long. She has taught me how to chalk my hair, contour my face, do open smokey eyes, and use dry shampoo so that now I only have to wash my hair every other day (don’t worry, I still totally shower every day. Gawd. I’m not gross. It’s called a “shower cap” people).
Then, of course, I started searching for other awesome teachers (specifically ones who have the same skin town as myself) and I found Sam Schuerman, who might be kind of copying Kandee J., but I don’t really care because I cannot get enough of these online tutorials.
Her “make your blue eyes pop” video literally changed my life.
And I cannot wait to try dying my hair pink in the same classy way she did.
Of course, none of my success would be possible if it weren’t for the best make-up company ever.
No. Seriously. Please let that sink in.
The. Best. Make. Up. Company. Ever.
EyeLipsFace (E.L.F.). You’re wondering what the heck is so great about them? Well I will tell you. They are super cheap. Like $1 for mascara, or lip gloss, or fake eyelashes cheap. They sell the brand at Target, Wal-Greens and Dollar Tree, but the real treasure is online, where they have a huge collection of dirt cheap face paint.
And when you subscribe, you get a coupon just about every hour for free shipping, or half off all lip products, or 30% off all mineral make up.
And I don’t understand how any other makeup company is still in business with these guys looming around.
Now excuse, while I search YouTube for “how to apply liquid eyeliner like a pro.”